Frédéric Bintsamou

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Frederick Bintsamou

Frédéric Bintsamou, also known as Pastor Ntumi, is a Protestant clergyman and was the leader of the "semi-religious" rebel group The Ninjas which led a civil war in Congo-Brazzaville.

In April 2007, Bintsamou signed a peace agreement with the central government in Brazzaville. Under the agreement, Bintsamou was to disband his militia in exchange for a position as a deputy minister responsible for peace and reparations.[1]

Bintsamou was eventually installed in his official post as Delegate-General for the Promotion of the Values of Peace and Repair of the Ravages of War on 28 December 2009.[2][3]

Standing as a candidate of his party, the CNR, Bintsamou was elected as a local councillor in Mayama, located in the Pool Department, in the September 2014 local elections.[4]


  1. ^ John James, "Ninja leader due in Congo capital", BBC News, 10 September 2007.
  2. ^ "Congo: l'ex-chef rebelle Ntumi à Brazzaville, après 12 ans dans le Pool", Agence France-Presse, 28 December 2009 (French).
  3. ^ "Retour à Brazzaville du pasteur Ntumi", Radio France Internationale, 29 December 2009 (French).
  4. ^ "Résultats des élections locales du 28 septembre 2014" Archived October 13, 2014, at the Wayback Machine., ADIAC, 6 October 2014 (French).